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Kenya / Kenya

Kenya

Country facts

Kenya
Date of accession to the APRM March 2003
Review status 2nd review started
Country Review Report publication date May 2006
NPoA status 1 progress report published

 
Faits de Pays

Kenya
Date d'accession au MAEP Mars 2003
Statut de l’évaluation 2e évaluation entamée
Date de publication du Rapport d’évaluation national Mai 2006
Statut du PAN Publication d'un rapport préliminaire

 

South Africa’s constitutional democracy reserves a specific role for the judiciary in upholding human rights. This responsibility inevitably has an impact on the formulation and conduct of South Africa’s foreign policy. The constitution is clear in mandating that all public power be exercised in accordance with the rule of law; that it be rational; and that relevant considerations be taken into account and given appropriate weight to ensure informed  and accountable decision-making. This is as true for foreign policy as it is for any other type of governmental policy, making it susceptible to judicial scrutiny. It is the constitution that is to be the ‘light that guides our foreign affairs’. (by Nicole Fritz)icon View file (142.7 kB)

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The 2013 elections in Kenya and Zimbabwe took place in the context of both optimism and fear. Held under new constitutional dispensations that promised democratic progress, these were 'first-generation' elections that followed the gruesome electoral-related violence of 2007 and 2008 in Kenya and Zimbabwe respectively. Those earlier violent polls infused renewed scepticism about elections as a peaceful mechanism for choosing governments. In a diametric departure from the previous electoral process, the 2013 elections were conspicuously peaceful in both countries, albeit with a nonconsensual outcome. This policy brief highlights several lessons drawn from the experiences of these elections, with policy insights for the rest of Africa and beyond.(by Robert Gerenge, SAIIA)

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Training of the staff who conduct survey interviews is an important part of the process to ensure consistency and reliable data. This is the manual developed for Kenya's APRM survey.

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Published in   APRM Survey Forms

The data capture and survey form used by Kenya to conduct expert interviews in the Corporate Governance section of the APRM.

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Published in   APRM Survey Forms

The Questionnaire and data capture form used in Kenya for expert interviews in the Corporate Governance section of the APRM.

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The data capture/questionnaire format used for expert interviews pertaining to the economic section of the APRM.

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Published in   APRM Survey Forms

Kenya developed a separate questionnaire for use in expert surveys in each of the four thematic sections of the APRM.

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Published in   APRM Survey Forms

Training of the staff who conduct survey interviews is an important part of the process to ensure consistency and reliable data. This is the manual developed for Kenya's APRM survey.

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Published in   APRM Survey Forms

Kenya APRM Programme of Action Report: This report is concerned with Kenya's implementation of its APRM NPOA during the period from July 2006 to July 2007 (by Kenyan NGC) 

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Kenya APRM Programme of Action Implementation Report: This report is concerned with Kenya's implementation of its APRM NPOA from June 2006 to July 2007 (by Kenyan NGC)

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Implementing the APRM Programmes of Actions: Kenya’s Experiences: Powerpoint Presentation on the implementation of NPOA in Kenya (by Dr. Grace Ongile)

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This paper discusses and analyses the issues surrounding the APRM process in Kenya (by Steve Ouma Akoth, Open Society Initiative for East Africa (OSIEA))

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